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The telephone has no constitutional right to be answered.
You want to see an angry person? Let me hear a cell phone go off.
(Walter Matthau playing a judge in the film, ''First Monday in October.''
(Jim Lehrer)
=Something to consider=
=Something to consider=

Revision as of 15:01, 15 July 2018

Who is this Button for?

Modern people for whom life can be a distraction from electronic intercourse.

Most other humans.

Provocative Suggestions

Praise the heavens for an invention greater than the wheel! [1]

When using handsfree be sure to wear the button to explain to passers-by that you are involved in an intelligent telecommunication and not psychotically talking to yourself.

Surely it's time to upgrade?


The cell phone has become the adult's transitional object, replacing the toddler's teddy bear for comfort and a sense of belonging.[2]

(Margaret Heffernan)

I drive with my knees. Otherwise, how can I put on my lipstick and talk on my phone?

(Sharon Stone)

The telephone has no constitutional right to be answered.

(Walter Matthau playing a judge in the film, First Monday in October.

Something to consider

Upgrade your relationships with eye contact and touch.



  1. Evidence: 1. More people can and do use cell phones than can ride bikes or cars. 2. The cell phone is non-violent, while the wheel has blood on its tyres.
  2. Which just goes to show what a wonderfully comforting invention the cell phone really is.